Ahead Lagos LG Polls:PDP Ready To Win Oshodi-Isolo –Olaifa

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The Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Oshodi-Isolo Local Government Area (LGA), Hon. Sunday Olaifa has assured that his party stands a greater chance in the forthcoming local council polls.
Olaifa who doubles as the Deputy National Chairman of PDP 774 LGA Chairmen in Nigeria and the Chair-of-Chair of Lagos State PDP LGA Chairmen Forum, in a chat with Journalists emphasised that his party is fully ready  to seize the political powers in Oshodi-Isolo LGA.
Olaifa who was PDP’s flag bearer in the 2011 local council polls but lost out to the incumbent chairman of Isolo LCDA, Hon. Shamsudeen Olaleye, claimed that the election and that of 2017 were characterised by anomalies, blaming the Lagos State Independent Electoral Commission (LASIEC) for the party defeat.
He said the elections were not conducted professionally by LASIEC.
He, however, called on the electoral umpire to emulate the democratic nature of his party, which allowed free and fair election in 2015 general election that brought in President Muhammadu Buhari, in the coming local government election.
His words: “Of course, we are very prepared. As a party, PDP in Oshodi-Isolo and across Lagos State, we are ready, prepared not only to take part in the forthcoming election in Lagos State but to win. I can bet with with it that Oshodi-Isolo belongs to PDP. You all saw what happened in 2015, PDP won all elections, PDP won the presidential election. Jimi Agbaje won in Oshodi-Isolo, Otunba Segun Adewale who was then the senatorial candidate won in Oshodi-Isolo, the two Federal House of Reps seats in Oshodi-Isolo were won by PDP – Hon. Shadimu and Hon. Tony Nwulu, the latter won by defeating the incumbent MHR who was from APC in Isolo. All these happened under my leadership. Even the state assembly, Hon. Shokunle and Hon. Jude Idimogu won the seats in Oshodi and Isolo respectively. That’s to make it clearer that Oshodi-Isolo belongs to PDP 100 percent,” he said.

Sunday Akintoye

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